Jean-Michel Basquiat Online Exhibition

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Walking through a museum can be an incredibly intimate experience. With each painting or sculpture you see, you get to know the artist. Who they were, what they wanted, what dreams they had are all put into their artwork. And the experience becomes ten times more intimate in an artist’s showcase. Walking room to room […]

Quarantine Creations

Tomorrow's World Today Quarantine-Friendly Art

Art thrives when an artist feels uninhibited and free. They can be inspired by anything from a walk in the park or people-watching at their favorite indie coffee shop, but experiencing life out in the world can be a major source of inspiration. Given the lack of world exposure recently, it can be difficult imagining […]

Artist Transforms House During Quarantine

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French artist Nathalie Lété, for example, has spent quarantine transforming her country home into a wonderland of her own making. She has painted original pieces all over her walls, doorways, stairs, beds, and even created some original decorations and furniture pieces. View this post on Instagram A post shared by NathalieLete (@nathalie_lete) Her style is […]

Models Meet Modeling Software: Matthew Stone

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When the digital and art world collide, it can cause a variety of polarizing reactions. Some will love seeing the medium of art evolving into new and unique creations, and Some may prefer more traditional and textured forms of art like surrealist paintings. Well, there is one artist who is combining the traditional brushstrokes of […]

Matthias Pliessnig: The Art of Sitting

"Amada" by Matthias Pliessnig

Where are you reading this article? No, not what device you’re using, but what is your your actual, physical location? Odds are you’re sitting somewhere. Perhaps you’re sitting on your favorite sofa. Have you ever wondered who designed that sofa? Just like fashion, furniture needs to be designed and modeled. Certain trends dictate what fabrics […]

Quayola and Enhancing Art

Part of the Satra series by Quayola

It’s usually easy to identify what medium or subject an artist is most comfortable with. For example, a painter with an emphasis on still-life is pretty self-explanatory. They may branch out to other topics or materials on occasion, but most artists have a niche and a solid identity. And then there are artists like Quayola. […]

Combining Art and Science with Mark Dion

Polar Bear and Toucans by Mark Dion

It’s not uncommon for people to consider art and science as opposites. While they are different in many ways, they are not mutually exclusive. For example, both studies heavily feature the use of nature. Landscapes and botany have some overlap. Artist Mark Dion knows this well. Born in New Bedford, Massachusetts in 1961, Mark Dion […]

Anonymous Art: “Meet” HuskMitNav

There are some artists who keep their identities secret. This makes sense to a degree: graffiti artists would understandably want to be kept on the low, given their art is essentially vandalism. But while the Banksys of the world hide in the shadows, HuskMitNav is more than happy to be in the spotlight. Almost. HuskMitNav […]

MUSEUM: An Examination of Art

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A piece of great art is something elusive. It’s indefinable and indescribable. It’s something one must simply experience. The short documentary “MUSEUM,” published on January 18, 2018 through several platforms, explores the significance of museums, art, and the concept of inspiration. Filmed using the University of Kentucky Art Museum as its setting, this piece includes […]